Welcome to Spring 2014 Clemson Lacrosse!
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CLEMSON LACROSSE ALUMNI GAME
Saturday, April 12th at 1 p.m.
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Orange & White Football Game - Saturday, 4/12 at 4 p.m.
Josh Turner performing at Littlejohn Coliseum - Saturday, 4/12 at 8 p.m.
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Here are some of our close-knit Booster Club Family sporting Clemson LAX wear at the Clemson/Maryland tailgate in College Park, Md. October 2013!
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Getting Off On the Right Foot - Feb 16, 2014
GETTING OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT
Opening games are always an adventure. There’s a lot you don’t know about your own team and you sure don’t know anything about the opposition. When that opposition is a regional team and the game is a qualifying game for the 2014 postseason, it adds something extra to taking the field for the first time.
You have some sense of where the team is, but inevitably there are new players that look to be in the mix and there are voids left by players from the past team. A lot of questions get answered in the opening game every year and even more new questions are asked.
It’s been a cold preseason in Clemson with the majority of practices being run with temps in the 30s. In those conditions, it can be tough to teach and seems a lot more productive to keep the players moving. This did lead to some spirited scrimmaging and drills and that’s always good to see.
Wake Forest is a fellow member of the Northeast Region of the SELC, which made this pretty much of a must-win game. The loser would be in the hole for the rest of the season, as we play a total of 4 qualifying games (South Carolina, East Carolina, NC State, and Wake) determining who advances to the postseason.
Mother Nature cut us a break for our first game as we had temps in the mid 50’s… 20+ degrees above the last time we took the field. One of the first faces I saw was Wake’s assistant coach, former Clemson All Conference goalie, Brett Becker, who’s completing law school this spring in Winston-Salem. It was good to see him back on campus even in unfamiliar colors.
The Tigers got off to a quick start putting in 2 goals in short order to go up 2-0. Senior Connor Haile (Warrenton, Va.) tallied the first goal of the 2014 season about 4 minutes into the game. It was followed by a goal from Ithaca transfer, midfielder, Justin Higgins (Bridgewater, NJ) It was his first goal as a Tiger, and Higgins wasn’t done as you’ll see in a bit.
Wake bounced back to tie the score at 2 which dampened our confidence a bit before the Tigers offense got rolling to post 8 unanswered goals. Sophomore transfer, Ian Seale (The Woodlands, TX) got the run started with an unassisted goal with 5 ½ minutes left. Less than a minute later he assisted senior Matt Johnson (Chantilly, VA) to close out the first quarter with the Tigers up 4-2. Seale is from the same school that produced All Conference Midfielder Ryan Conlon. Seale played as a freshman at DI Fairfield University before transferring to Clemson in September.
Less than 2 minutes into the 2nd period Seale struck again on a feed from senior defenseman and Co-captain Harry Luttrell (Greer, SC). Seale followed that goal 8 seconds later, finishing a textbook fast break, off the face-off win by sophomore Peter McBane (Westfield, NJ). Veteran attackman JP Brennan (Kensington, MD) posted his first point of the 2014 on the helper to Seale.
Almost exactly 1 minute later junior Nick Rossi (Sparks, MD) deposited another assist from Brennan in the Deacon net, to put the Tigers up 7-2 less than 3 minutes into the 2nd period. Higgins would score the next two goals of the quarter, both unassisted and the second while the Tigers were a man-down. Junior Steve Smith (Baltimore, MD) added an unassisted marker to close out the first half with the Tigers up 10-2.
It was good to see this team show it knew how to get on a streak and take advantage of it. Naturally, the offense tends to get all the attention when a team runs up a bunch of goals to break the game open. The Tiger defense deserves equal props for dominating Wake throughout the half, particularly since the Deacons had success at the face-off X, winning 9 of 14 face-offs. This translates to possessions and the Clemson defense was outstanding in not allowing the Deacs to capitalize on these opportunities.
Senior co-captain goalie Demetrius Murray (Wilmington, DE), had a strong half posting 5 saves and was effectively fronted by Luttrell, fellow senior Matt Hogue (Greenville, SC) and junior Bill Roystan (Baltimore, MD). Sophomore Ithaca transfer, Billy Hadley (Summit, NJ) made his first start as a Tiger a success. Equally effective were our LSMs and short stick D mids. LSM Andrew Carek (Mt Pleasant, SC) led the team with 5 ground balls and sophomores Jason Moustafa (Somers, CT) and Andre Monitto (Spartanburg, SC) were equally effective. SSDMs senior Mike Maher (Baltimore,MD) and John Caillouet (Eldersburg, MD) did a nice job on man to man defense and in getting the ball up to our offensive end.
The middies deserve some notice as well. They were instrumental in setting the tone as well as contributing on the scoreboard. We ran 3 units from the start and as the 2nd quarter unfolded we expanded the rotation to include a 4th unit.
As we opened the 3rd quarter we added the 5th middies to the rotation on a regular basis while running our top two units on a more occasional basis. Ian Seale put the Tigers up 11-2 on an unassisted goal. Matt Johnson then scored his second of the day off an assist from middie Pete Mebane widening the margin, Clemson ahead 12-2. Wake scored with a bit more than 1 minute left in the quarter to bring the stance to a close at 12-3. The only down note of the quarter was when middie Steve Smith and defenseman Matt Hogue collided head to head with both going down and ultimately diagnosed with concussions. A further bit of irony is that these guys are roommates as well. There were probably some interesting conversations that night in the house.
Junior Zach Upton (Redding, CT) took over for Demetrius Murray in goal with Murray departing with 8 saves and allowing 3 goals over 3 quarters. As the quarter unfolded a lot of new faces were on the field for the Tigers as they held their own at both ends of the field. Sophomore Mike Stormo (Roxbury, NJ) scored the lone Tiger tally while Wake struck for 2 goals to wrap it up 13-5 Tigers.
SCORE BY QUARTER
CLEMSON 4 6 2 1 13
WAKE FOREST 2 0 1 2 5
Individual Scoring: Seale 5 (4g,1a), Higgins 3 (3), Brennan 2 (2), Johnson 2 (2g), Luttrell 1 (1g), Mebane 1 (1a), Rossi 1 (1g), Smith 1 (1)
Goalies: Murray .727% (8 saves, 3 goals against), Upton .571% (4 saves, 3 goals against)
Face Offs: Clemson 10/22 (.454 %)
Overall it was a very good start to the season. It’s confidence building to decisively pull away from the opposing team. Coach French and I were happy to see the defense communicate well showing an awareness of slides and backups. Wake had few quality opportunities; at best 2 goals came in settled situations, balances were in unsettled and/or man up. What was more significant to me, was our ability to limit Wake’s possessions and get the ball on the ground and then up the field consistently.
Offensively, we executed our sets pretty well, working through three different sets over the course of the game. We created a lot of opportunities, more than we were able to capitalize on, but first game out we’ll take it. Wake played a packed-in defense along with a penchant to slide early. Our motion worked well against that style of defense, though we need to spin the ball faster through X or across the top to exploit the backside. We were a little too leisurely about it and eventually it dawned on us that to some degree Wake was baiting us… gives us something to work on.
Our midfield play was especially promising. We’re blessed with quality and depth at the midfield this season throughout all 4 classes. We’ve got a solid group of seniors from which we can expect poise and leadership as well as the luxury of a core group of juniors and sophomores to back them up. Then we’ve got some promising freshmen who will have an impact given the opportunity. All our mids got some time vs. Wake and the nice thing was that top to bottom, we were constantly generating opportunities. Now we have to get batter in capitalizing.
The strength of our midfields will dictate that more offense will initiate from up top. This is no hesitation about our attack, it just speaks to a better balance in front and behind the goal. I think we’ve got a lot of guys who can “stick it” and that should work to our advantage if we run into some tough “man to man” match-ups. After all there are only 4 long poles in the field and it looks like we’ve got some guys who can capitalize vs. short stick defenders.
One area that caught us by surprise was that Wake won the face off battle, taking 12 of 22. We got off to a slow start, losing 9 in the first half. We know what Charlie Pontiakos (Charlotte, NC) is capable of and newcomer Peter Mebane is an excellent counterpart and change-up. Once these guys get rolling we should be in good shape at the whistle. In the long run, this might have been a good wake-up call heading into the rest of the season.
I was pleased with the dominance shown in the 1st half, but also pleased that we played with Wake throughout the 2nd half, tying them 3-3 in the half while everyone got playing time. We worked a pretty rapid rotation throughout the half to get guys multiple chances. This didn’t help the teams continuity, but the more experience we have throughout the roster the better team we will be.
Next up is Tennessee over in Knoxville. We expect a tougher go with this one as it is UT’s opener and at home, meaning they’ve have a good 3 or 4 weeks of practice to prepare. Our off weekend this weekend shaped up to give us a good practice opportunity with 2 weeks of work but looks like we’re getting tossed a curve ball. We lost one night last week to rain and as I write this, the forecast is for a winter storm to move into the area on Tuesday and Wednesday, calling for multiple inches of snow. We better have a productive and busy practice on Monday as we may not see the field again until we’re in Tennessee.
Immediately following the UT game we will scrimmage Tennessee Wesleyan a MCLA DII program. We will count on our bench to make us successful through a pair of back to back games.
Clemson Men's Lacrosse Announces 2014 Captains - Jan 30, 2014
CLEMSON MEN’S LACROSSE ANNOUNCES 2014 CAPTAINS
Clemson, SC: In an election held at the conclusion of Fall Ball, three seniors have been elected by their teammates and coaches to lead the 2014 edition of Clemson Men’s Lacrosse. Harry Luttrell (Greer, SC), Demetrius Murray (Wilmington, DE), and Kyle Stinchcomb (New Providence, NJ) will serve as team co-captains.
Harry Luttrell has been a starter for the Tigers on defense for the past 2+ seasons after coming to Clemson from nearby Riverside High School (Greenville, SC). Harry has collected 69 ground balls and has 1 goal and 2 assists to his credit in his college career to date. Harry is a pre-med major who will continue his studies at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston next fall. Harry is the son of George and Kathy Luttrell, Greer, SC.
Kyle Stinchcomb has played closed defense and long stick midfield for Clemson before transitioning to short stick middie this fall. Kyle has served the team as Treasurer and Vice-President before being elected to a captaincy this season. Kyle is credited with 23 ground balls. Kyle is a finance major and will be working as a lending analyst in Atlanta, GA, after graduation in May. Kyle is the son of Keith and Betty Ann Stinchcomb, New Providence, NJ.
A former All State goalie at Tower Hill High School in Delaware, Demetrius Murray has posted a career save percentage of .662% during his time to date at Clemson, tallying 198 saves while allowing 101 goals. He ranked 4th in the SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) in both 2012 and 2013 while achieving national rankings of 9th (2012) and 14th (2013) in the MCLA. Demetrius has collected 43 ground balls and has contributed on the offensive end of the field with 3 assists. Demetrius is majoring in Chinese and International Trade at Clemson and is the son of Contessa Murray of Wilmington, DE.
“We’re pleased to have these gentlemen leading the team on the field this coming season,” said Clemson coach Buff Grubb. “They each bring something different to the table but their talents and strengths complement one another very well. All 3 have been significant contributors to the program since they arrived on campus and this recognition by their peers attests to the respect they have earned.”
Clemson launches its defense of its SELC NorthEast Championship at home on February 2, 2013 against divisional rival Wake Forest University. For more information on Clemson Men’s Lacrosse visit the team website at . www.laxteams.net/clemson/
Fall Ball Summary - Dec 1, 2013
WHEW! – CLEMSON LAX FALL BALL 2013
Now that fall ball is over for 2013, I figured I’d use some of my newly freed up time to write up a “Look Back at the Season” before the details fade to grey or worse.
Yet another Clemson – South Carolina classic is in the books. It is hard to believe that once again it was a 1 goal win for the Tigers. By my count that’s the 5th straight single goal win for Clemson (hard to imagine, 2 fall games, 3 spring). I bet the football team would trade recent results in a heartbeat. In the longer view, no one currently on the Clemson lacrosse roster has ever lost to USC as our last loss was well back in 2007. I guess I’m the only one who knows what a loss to USC feels like. Hopefully, we’ll send the Class of 2014 off next May with an unblemished record.
Going back a few months, Mike and I decided that this fall we would focus more on individual skill development rather than on team schemes. I’m confident that this will pay off for us down the road. We ran a lot of high repetition simple drills designed to get the guys a lot of touches. That, combined with quite a few transitional sequence drills which emphasized quick ball movement on offense and rapid extension and recovery on defense, we hope will produce better results than scripting plays and rotations. I think we’re well on our way to realizing those goals.
Three times a week practice got underway in early September. It’s always an interesting time, getting to see the new guys for the first time and also seeing what the veterans now bring to the table. Of course it has its challenges, trying to keep all the new faces straight. Given that we’d graduated 15 last spring, we were in need of some new blood. We’re fortunate that the new guys filled most of the gaps left by our class of ‘13.
Two weeks after we got on the fields we scrimmaged Georgia at home earning a 9-7 win. New players on both teams saw substantial playing time as both staffs wanted to see how the guys did against players in a different jersey. Even though it was a fall game, it is always nice to get a win over the defending SELC champs, especially given our 4th OT loss to them in last year's playoffs.
A week later we hosted St Andrews, a DII SELC team that’s also an NAIA program (full time coach, recruiting, etc). St Andrews is 2 years removed from being a DIII NCAA program and look to be competitive this spring in DII. The Tigers got out on top 5-1, allowing the Knights to tie it up, and pulling away to an 11-5 win.
A month of practice intervened before our next scrimmage in mid- October against another NAIA SELC DII program, Emmanuel College. We had scrimmaged them the year before in their first ever lacrosse game. The Tigers dominated this one from start to finish, building an 8-1 lead through the 3rd, and finishing up with a 12-5 win in which every player saw good time on the field.
As is usual, fall concludes with our annual Southern Comfort Tournament, moved this year into November due to the football schedule. This year was the first SOCO without a high school division due to the development of a large high school tournament scheduled for the week before in Greenville. By the time it became evident that that tourney wasn’t going to happen, it was too late to revisit having the high schools play at SOCO this year.
We still attracted a strong collegiate field led by Virginia Tech and South Carolina and including SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design, another NAIA program) and the College of Charleston. We had expected the Citadel to join in, but were notified 10 days prior to the tournament that they weren’t able to resolve duty responsibilities amongst their players and would not be able to make the event. That left us with each team playing 4 games and having one round off in the 3 games Saturday/2 games Sunday format. We also extended the games by 20 minute running time to compensate for the fewer teams. Still, the field was probably one of the strongest in SOCO history, with VT and USC on hand along with SCAD, a MCLA National DII Championship qualifier the past two seasons.
As is usual, the weekend festivities started off with the Meet and Greet on Friday night. It is always great to renew old friendships with parents and to meet the new parents. Again, the Marriott Courtyard played host for the event which sets a nice tone for the weekend.
Clemson opened play against the College of Charleston. Once we got the sleep out of our systems we pulled away to a 13-7 win. Saturday mornings at 8 am is not conducive to a college student’s best efforts, but both teams had to deal with that challenge.
After a short break the Tigers faced SCAD. Again the first half was close but Clemson opened up some distance early in the 3rd as the 1st midfield unit of Steve Dybus, Rob Mathey, and Nick Rossi scored 3 goals in their opening rotation to lead the Tigers to a 12-6 win.
Virginia Tech was up next. The Hokies and Tigers have built a pretty intense lacrosse rivalry over the past 5 or 6 years and the SOCO game is one both teams want badly. Just how much VT wanted it, was evident early on as they dominated possession and swarmed the Tigers all over the field causing turnovers. Still, the Tigers took that punch to the chin and responded as the half ended with VT up by 1.
The 3rd period was back and forth with teams trading goals and opportunities. It continued with the Hokies enjoying a one goal lead until about 5 minutes into the 4th, when the Hokies struck for a couple of goals on man up adding an insurance goal to claim the 2013 edition of the SOCO match-up 10-7. Despite coming out on the short end of the score, the Tigers weren’t discouraged after playing 3 back to back games that day and losing a couple of key parts: middie Steve Smith and attackman Greg Yingling to injuries in the SCAD game. When we played “our” game we matched up well against VT, but too many self-inflicted wounds and what we call UFOs (unforced errors) cost us throughout the game.
Saturday night saw the team and the Booster Club convene at Loose Change in downtown Clemson for the annual social. The Booster Club’s generosity extended to what we call the “orphans” (players whose parents were unable to make it for the weekend) allowing all the guys on the team to join the social and enjoy the plentiful buffet.
We found out late Saturday that College of Charleston would not be present on Sunday, so we agreed to play our freshman against Virginia Tech’s freshman givig the Hokies their 4th game. We kept our roster pretty tight to the definition, but suspect VT had a bit more liberal interpretation, as their “freshman” were a lot more numerous and dominated our guys. Still, the young Tigers played with emotion and had some bright spots of their own on display.
The concluding act for SOCO was the USC – Clemson match-up. We touched a bit on the history above and we know enough going into these games tht anything can happen. This one didn’t disappoint.
Early on, it was all USC as again unforced errors haunted the Tigers. In the 2nd quarter, USC broke a 2-2 tie and ran to a 5-2 halftime advantage. Senior Goalie Alex Branton kept the Tigers in the game with several outstanding saves, including one as time expired as he was one on one with a Gamecock standing on the crease. Just how big that save was would become was evident as the regulation time ran down.
The impact of injured Tigers became evident, as key components: All Conference defenseman Matt Hogue, middie Mike Maher, as well as All American face off specialist Charlie Pontiakos and middie Jack Brady joined Steve Smith and Greg Yingling on the sidelines.
Some soul searching at half time saw the Tigers go to a different offensive set. The Tigers brought a different attitude to the field as they took the initiative and outscored the Gamecocks 4-1 to head into the 4th and tied up at 6 all. Clemson got their first lead of the day early in the 4th but USC responded. Again, the Tigers got a one goal margin at 8-7 which held up until about 1:30 left in the game. USC scored shortly after a successful man-down stand by Clemson against a sustained USC offensive possession. USC regained possession of the ball and called a time out with about 50 seconds left. They set up a play and worked the ball inside for a quick turnaround shot under the top bar and a 9-8 lead with 24 seconds left.
Obviously, this was going to be a decisive face-off. After a bit of a scrum, the Tigers won possession and got it into the box where we could get time out with 11 seconds on the clock. We put most of the components of our man up unit on the field and play resumed with the ball in the stick of freshman attackman Henry Busch. We had two players crash the crease followed by the two outside wings pinching down, meanwhile middie Steve Dybus curled around the top and followed down the alley. Busch hit Dybus with a pass, the senior middie dodged a USC defender and stuck the ball in the net to tie it all up with a whole 2 seconds left on the clock.
Face-offs are doubly critical in overtime because it is sudden-death and you desperately want possession of the ball. Freshman middie Rob Mathey took over face-off duties late in the game and found a rhythm getting the Tigers the ball first. We were unable to duplicate our heroics at the end of regulation and USC took possession. However, they too, were unable to capitalize. Sophomore LSM Jason Mustafa brought the ball downfield to our box where we had the opportunity to call a time out. We set up the same set as we did at end of regulation, but a nice check by the USC defenseman put the ball on the ground and USC gained possession. Fortunately, they turned the ball over on the clear and Rob Mathey brought the ball into the box and then drove down the right side alley. Just as he was about to run out of angle, he placed a soft shot in the upper farside corner of the net, one of those shots where the ball seems to hang there for just a second, giving the Tigers the win.
Kudos have to be extended to the South Carolina team. They gave us everything they had and they demanded everything we had. We were fortunate to be in the right spot/right time to get the win. What was especially impressive was how clean this game was played, no chippiness, no trash talk, just face to face hard lacrosse, the kind that rivalries should be made of. I’m sure our April 14th reunion in Columbia will be a game to remember… looking forward to it already.
Thanks go out to an awful lot of folks for helping pull this off this past weekend. I’m always afraid to start singling out people for fear I’ll forget someone. Team officers: Matt Johnson, Demetrius Murray, Lex Smit and Charlie Pontiakos got a taste of managing a tournament and playing at the same time. As always, our Booster Club was there in strength with Lisa Murphy, Linda Dybus, Cindy Yingling, Lori Johnson and Bev Brennan going above and beyond to make the weekend a success. It was evident that the spirit of Booster Club founders Nancy Patch and Laura Matusek lives on!
Probably the most fitting way to conclude this would be to share some thoughts on this team and their potential. The profiles below focus on the guys who were out for fall ball and as promising as all this is, the return of guys missing this fall simply improves the picture going forward.
As mentioned above, we were fortunate in having some nice alignment between our graduating seniors and our new players coming in. On attack, we return JP Brennan, Matt Johnson, Greg Yingling, Nick Murphy, and Ryan Doyle. Of that group, Brennan and Johnson saw the most time last year but losing 3 of your top 5 is always a concern especially when 2 of the 3 are All Conference players (James McLaughlin and TJ Ahern). The voids have been nicely filled with the new troops led by Fairfield transfer Ian Seale and fellow Texan freshman Henry Busch. Fellow frosh Ben Vondenbrink, Austin Stewart, Tucker Knight, and sophomore Chandler McKeithan already add quality depth and all are likely to see playing time as the season evolves.
At midfield, core returnees include Connor Haille, Steve Dybus, Steve Smith, Charlie Pontiakos, Lex Smit, Chris Mauro, Mike Maher, Nick Rossi, and D man turned middie, senior Kyle Stinchcomb, as well as sophomores Jack Brady and James Seward. One of the most notable things about fall ball was the evident improvement within this group. That’s a good thing as they look to be pushed hard by the new crop of middies, led by freshman Rob Mathey and including Ben Abernathy, Doug Sponyoe, converted attackman Luke Bayer, Nate Godard, David Luke, Kenny Maher, and transfer Matt Paollilo. Nice thing about this group is that they deepen us at both ends of the field, both offensively and defensively. This could be one of the deepest group of 2-way middies we’ve ever had at Clemson.
At long stick middie, Andrew Carek has emerged as a force to be reckoned with in terms of size and speed. He’s nicely complemented by sophomore Jason Mustafa whose quickness matches up well with an awful lot of offensive middies. The development of newcomer Robb Miller gives us the possibility of a 3 deep rotation.
Defensively, we’ve got a veteran and battle tested first line with seniors Matt Hogue and Harry Luttrell joined by junior Bill Roystan. It’s kind of neat that Hogue and Luttrell are classmates and products of Greenville’s Riverside high school, now playing key roles for Clemson University. These guys can’t be complacent as newcomer transfers Billy Hadley and true frosh Reid Hofstetter and Cody Tharp are already playing at a high level. They have spent most of the fall splitting time with the starters, with little if any perceivable let down on the field. We have to feel good about the depth and balance of this group. Undoubtedly, we’ll miss the presence of graduated All American Brian Murphy but we’re confident that this group has the potential to be outstanding. They held 5 of 6 teams this fall to 9 goals or less.
At goal we’re blessed with what I think is far and away the best pair of keepers in the SELC: Seniors Alex Branton and Demetrius Murray. Both are inspirational keepers capable of making the big save that ignites the whole team. Biggest challenge for us this spring is finding fair time for both of them as they are that solid. Freshman Johnny Murphy has the advantage of spending a year learning from these two guys and will no doubt be the better for it down the road.
We are in the process of finalizing the 2014 spring schedule and will get that posted as soon as possible as well as dates for Family and Alumni Weekend. We do know the team will be back in Maryland the end of March to play Virginia Tech and Connecticut. Stay tuned!
As ever, thanks to everyone for their support for this program. We wish everyone the happiest of holiday seasons with families and loved ones. To our parents… feed these guys well when they get home but also make them get out and put some miles under their feet so we can hit the ground for spring practice on the run.
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